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's biggest city. business owners decided to keep san jose beautiful. the story is today's bay area proud. >>> and black smoke. the first vote comes and goes without a pope. we're live from vatican city with the reaction. >>> and good afternoon. i'm jeff ranieri in the weather center. i know a lot of you basking in the sunshine today. still holding on to a 79 in walnut creek. we'll talking about 80s and the potential of record heat on wednesday coming up in just a few minutes. >>> take a look. just before noon our time today, we saw black smoke billowing from the chimney of the sistine chapel. >> a signal that after day one of the conclave, no pope has been selected. the doors of the chapel were sealed. it appeared straight out of the pages of a dan brown novel. jay gray is live in vatican city. jay? >> reporter: always good to talk to you and you're right. the first ballot cast today and the cardinals sending their message to the world. they haven't quite settled yet on who will be the next man to lead their faith. with thousands gathered and watching in st. peter's square, black smoke b
san jose to san francisco. can't rule out a bit of drizzle back for oakland. two things we are watching. the first one is colder weather as head into tonight and tomorrow morning. temperatures dropping to the 30s up into the north bay. and the other thing that we are monitoring is a weekend forecast. going to be changing. we will talk about the warm weather and how high the temperatures will go coming up in the full forecast. >>> estimated 9,000 people in san jose are affiliated with a gang and one of them may be responsible for the city's latest shooting, a teenager shot on the east sietd. the san jose community is getting creative on how to stop this rising violence. among the ideas, a change of clothing. kris sanchez joins us with ideas that other cities could possibly use. >> reporter: hi, there. for the last two years san jose police say that the number of gang homicides have accounted for about half of all of the homicides in the city of san jose. a crime prevention and a gang prevention expert says that is only half of the story. all quiet near fischer middle school
in san jose was cleaned up, others have sprung up. what the city is doing. the morning news continues. >>> welcome to a new day. it's tuesday, march 12. i'm dave clark. >> i'm maureen mayor, pam cook is off. rosemary orozco is in for steve. is the fog burning off? >> not just jet. i'm seeing it in more places. getting outside could be tough, driving i should say. we've got patchy fog, it's more widespread, it's in some inland valley locations, it's along the coast, patchy and dense in some areas. i'll talk about when i expect it will burn away and talk about the warmup expected for your afternoon coming up. >>> traffic on highway 4 is looking good. you see the fog seeping in and out, not thick but it's there. we're looking at highway 87, there's been a crash reported, they are looking for it. somewhere in vicinity much 87 and 280, this is 87, and you can see there's nothing going on here. but nearby there could be an injury crash, we'll try and find it by the next traffic update. 6:02. let's go back to the desk. >>> happening now in rome, the conclave to name a new pope scheduled to b
>>> we're live in san jose where a portion of 280 is closed after a body is found on the freeway. >>> a violent attack on a packed muni bus in san francisco. what we have learned about what happened and the man police are searching for. >>> developing news from virginia. three people are today following an overnight shooting sat a marine base. the new information just released in its investigation. it's all ahead on the ktvu channel 2 morning news. >>> good morning, everybody it is friday, sounds very good to say that. march 22nd i'm brian flores. >> good morning, i'm pam cook. you will not believe who is here for us on the weather this morning. >> yeah i wanted to come in and meet brian. >> and you don't need any sleep any way. >> couple hours. >> nice to be here. the weekend is shaping up. we're right there basically. we are heading for daytime highs. we are going to warm upright through the bay area week. see that pink or purple area? that is a gail warning off the coast. it will be breezy today. when i come back, i'll have the forecast for your winds and also the day-time hig
, just even like subdue the guy. >> san jose police are still trying to recover all the items that were tossed out of the car by the driver during the chase, including a possible weapon. if anyone happens to come across any of those item, they are urged to call san jose police so they can collect them as evidence. in san jose, abc7 news. >> new this morning fire crews in campbell of work to go clean up a big mess caused by a small fire that broke out last night inside our residential high-rise for seniors. no one was injured, but some residents are being helped by the red cross because their homes are damaged. the fire was minor, contained just one 12th-floor apartment. it set off of the sprinkler system that quickly put out the flames but the water drained all the way down through all twelve floors directly below. firefighters had to go floor by floor checking the damage. >> trying to ascertain how many of the units are damaged to the point that the occupants are displaced. most people are obviously going to be fine. >> those seniors fortunate enough to be allowed to go back home had t
for an invasion. >>> thousands of people who earn the minimum wage in san jose just got a raise. they are making $10 an hour. it's because voters approved the $2 an hour pay hike in november. chuck reed is concerned some businesses won't be able to handle the hike. the mayor is concerned about people who are likely to lose their jobs. >> as the minimum wage goes up, small businesses in particular will make accommodations, some of them will absorb the cost, some will pass it on to customers and some will lay people off. >> a campaign is kicking off to encourage people to spend extra earnings in san jose. >>> redwood city could join many of its neighbors on the peninsula tonight and vote to ban most retailers from from giving out single use plastic bags. the plan before the city council would also require a 10- cent charge for paper bags. and san mateo county adopted a plastic bag ban in november. the county says only a small percentage of bags are recycled. >>> thomas frazier begins work today as the oakland police department compliance direct
with american flags. those casket's right now are at h-p pavilion in san jose where the funeral service will take place at noon today. mike pelton is live outside the h-p pavilion with the details. >> 15,000 people can fill h- p pavilion at the funeral is held here in san jose and not santa cruz because such a large crowd is expected. the procession will begin in santa cruz are around 845 this morning. a motorcade will travel along highway 17 to san jose. the memorial service begins at noon and will last about several hours of about 3:00. those in santa cruz and cannot make the trip to san jose the kaiser permanente aery now will open its doors and broadcast the service. you also watch the service on our a live outcast at 0193 or on kron4 .com. possibly it expected an attendant our law enforcement agencies across the community barry. see me as i first come, first served basis. they will start shutting down roads are around the arena there aren't signs posted a and this road will close at 730. the motorcade and recession will arrive at the 930 and 10:00. >> this is one of those things
at an aurora, colorado, movie theater last july. they want to put an end to the case. >>> the san jose s.w.a.t. team were at the hospital in santa clara today, but this was much different than most missions. their target was a 6-year-old boy who is fighting for his life with leukemia. damian trujillo has the emotional mission that you'll only see here. >> where eduardo is a first grader. he's on his second battle with cancer and needs a bone marrow transplant to save his life. today san jose emergency unit responded to his emergency. they stormed into the hospital in full gear. it was another life saving mission for the san jose merge unit and waiting to be saved -- >> you feeling okay today? >> was eduardo. >> this is a uniform worn by the s.w.a.t. team. >> eduardo is battling leukemia and needs a bone marrow transplant. today he was weakened by the chemotherapy. in a class essay he once wrote his dream was to be a s.w.a.t. team member. he now officially is one. >> since you demonstrated you have all that it takes to be a merge officer, i would like to give this to you. it's our "h" pin
san jose officials about city affairs must be made public. this comes following a ruling from a santa clara county judge. the move is meant to close a loophole in the state's public records law. the ruling is a victory for those accusing california of a public records act. >>> ktvu learned -- agents used passengers blue tooth devices to track them through the airport. passenger groups are not happy about it. >> reporter: lines can be long. documents show tsa tested a project to measure how long sensors in the terminal to find your blue tooth device, hone in and track you. and how long it takes you to get through security. it detects signals and calculates a wait time. the information would be encrypted and destroyed within two hours. we've learned they tested this technology in 2012 in las vegas and indianapolis. then bailed on it. >> this is an expensive and complicated way of estimating average wait times. compared with having a ticket agent write the time. >> reporter: tsa has been dealing with complaints about how it handles privacy.
. >> reporter: alecia reed, kron 4happening right now. police in san jose are searching for a man they say stabbed a woman to death this afternoon. it happened outside an apartment complex on north first and west hedding. and streets in that are area still blocked off kron 4's jeff bush is live in san jose. with the latest on the search. r >> reporter: this is still an active crime scene. let me show you some video of what we are talking about. this happened around 2:45 where a 20 year-old been stabbed a woman in a parking lot. police say that the suspect ran away into this neighborhood. and the police started a manhunt. this is what the police had to say. memo what i can tell you is that this is a very dangerous individual. he commits a pretty brutal crime in broad daylight. using a knife to stab someone multiple times and the fleas on foot. we are hoping to find him. we are going to work as long as it takes to get him. >> reporter: they say that he is still on the loose reporting live, kron 4 news. >> good evening we are looking at clear skies. if you are making your way into a room of t
killed in the line of duty. >> good evening. first breaking news out of san jose. a little more than an hour ago police found a man stabbed to death. news chopper 2 is above the scene at guadalupe park. we know the victim is a man. police believe he's in his late teens or early 20s. we do have a crew on the way. as soon as they get new information, we'll bring it to you. >>> now back to that public viewing today for the two police officers killed in the line of duty. one person said he just felt compelled to go and pay his respects, even though he didn't know either of them personally. robert honda is in santa cruz and tells us why the family wanted the viewing even though there was a huge public memorial being held tomorrow. robert? >> reporter: well we are at santa cruz memorial and this is a place where people are laid to rest and those who live on come to pay their respects. that is happening right now for the two slain officers. less than two hours ago people lined up to go inside the santa cruz memorial chapel for the viewing of police officers baker and butler. their caskets w
was killed. live in san jose, maureen naylor, ktvu, channel 2 news. >>> oakland city auditor says two councilmembers broke the law, and aapproximate busessed their power by abusing city contracts. the auditor shows more than a dozen violations. among other things, it accuses them of icing their power to influential the bidding process for the $2 million cleanup at the former oakland army base. >> the law was broken here. so the report, it was not done out in the open. there was undue influential. >> reporter: the auditor says oakland city charter is clear. councilmembers can only set policy and funds. both brooks and reid deny wrongdoing. we have discovered councilmember larry reid is the center of a second investigation. eric rasmussen obtained a report of a private investigator who looked into the issue. >> reporter: urban recycling solutions incorporated had a good deal on the side of the old oakland army base on berma road. civil engineer told us his business partner, and owner of urban recycling paid a long time activist, darrell kerry $1,000 a week to get the city of oakland's c
5 to 10 degrees above average as high as 76 degrees today in livermore, 73 in san jose, 69 in san francisco. about 75 degrees in the napa valley. going to get even warmer. we'll talk about that coming up. let's check the roads with elizabeth. >> we'll start you off with a live look at the south bay this morning. this is a look at 101 near trimble. as you can see everything is moving at the limit. we have overnight roadwork in san jose. we'll get to that in just a minute. but 101 is still moving fine. towards the bay bridge and this is a look at traffic towards treasure island, this morning we'll find various lanes blocked westbound 80 from the toll plaza all the way out towards yerba buena island scheduled to wrap up by about 5:00. probably in the clearing stages just about now. all right. let's go towards san jose. the closure we want to tell you about, that northbound 280 to northbound 880 connector ramp shut down for the next 25 minutes or so. there could be various lanes blocked blocked still on northbound 880 approaching steve
is on board. lilian kim is live in san jose with those details. . >> we are in front of pizza my heart, and the employees have been enjoying the pay increase for a few months now. >> the $2 minimum wage increase does not kick in until monday. the workers at pizza my heart got their pay bumps in december. >> one i wanted to test it and two i wanted to see how it works and make sure everything was fine. >> chuck hammers is the owner of the pizza chain. he says so far so good. >> we raised prices a little bit. roughly 3% overall. that was kind of the test to make sure that will cover it, and it has. it has been neutral to us overall. >> for employees going from $8 to $10 has made a big difference. justin is a student at san jose state. >> represent is easier -- rent is easier to make and gas prices are going up which is convenient and helpful. >> the south bay labor council is trying to use the minimum wage as a way to encourage shoppers and diner as a way to spend their dollars in san jose. point is hard to ignore, even if it means having to pay more. >> go out to eat because i enjoy it.
in san jose, maureen naylor, ktvu, channel 2 news. >>> oakland city auditor says two councilmembers broke the law, and aapproximate busessed their power by abusing city contracts. the auditor shows more than a dozen violations. among other things, it accuses them of icing their power to influential the bidding process for the $2 million cleanup at the former oakland army base. >> the law was broken here. so the report, it was not done out in the open. there was undue influential. >> reporter: the auditor says oakland city charter is clear. councilmembers can only set policy and funds. both brooks and reid deny wrongdoing. we have discovered councilmember larry reid is the center of a second investigation. eric rasmussen obtained a report of a private investigator who looked into the issue. >> reporter: urban recycling solutions incorporated had a good deal on the side of the old oakland army base on berma road. civil engineer told us his business partner, and owner of urban recycling paid a long time activist, darrell kerry $1,000 a week to get the city of oakland's cooperation. >> what t
in concord. 73 for napa. low 70s santa rosa. down into the south bay san jose you're checking in at 70 degrees. 69 in mountain view. 71 as we go inland for livermore. 70s for concord as well. the extended forecast as we get through today it's going to be a nice one and then tomorrow just as nice. but the warming trend continuing the over night lows will begin to bump up the afternoon highs will continue as well. by wednesday it looks like we peak 76 degrees temperatures in the afternoon. we remain dry on thursday and it looks like the try pattern will continue into the weekend. >>> a modern twist on an age old process. how social media is playing a role in the process of finds a new pope and what is being done at the vatican now to keep technology out. >>> hundreds of couples stay parked in a public display of affection. >>> but let's take you outside. a live look at 101 in san francisco. reminder if you are driving in san francisco today, part of the embarcadero will be closed from the ballpark down toward fish -- down toward fisherman's wharf. time now is 7:10. >>> welcome back on th
and the low cloud deck over san jose. mostly cloudy. in the 30s to 40s. once again. 37 in santa rose a.38napa. i want to point out this is slightly warmer than where we were 24 hours ago. though it's a cold start we are about like where we were friday. if you were out early you know what to expect. 37 in walnut creek. widespread 40s, 46 san francisco, 43 in areas around haywood. 38 san ramone. again we will start now to see the temperatures slowly turn around over the next two hours and then into the afternoon a nice warm up in store. here is the forecast. picking up just a little bit of high cloud cover around are the bay area, san jose reporting mostly cloudy by ten its clearing out. even the coastline looks mostly clear for your saturday afternoon. temperatures will be a few degrees above yesterday afternoon highs. pacific satellite view the system that brought the little bit of rain and then moved sight is pushing eastover arizona. we are still on the back edge of this trough like pattern. ridge of high pressure and the difference between the two could bring up the winds just a bit in to
for the santa cruz boardwalk and ocean avenue. the motorcade will travel to san jose where it is expected to arrive at the age people billion between 1030 and 11 this morning. a memorial service for the two murdere officers detective sgt :loran butch baker, and a detective elizabeth butler is being set to begin at noon today. you can see the american flag. today's memorial service will begin and noon at the h-p pavilion and san jose. it will be a mile long motorcade. it will be from santa cruz to san jose. it is scheduled to begin at 845 and ride in san jose between 1030 and 11. there will be rolling road closures impacting surface streets in santa cruz. highways 17, 85, and 87 along with road closures in san jose leading to h people billion. >> if any of the streets are part of your morning commute, you are advised to take an alternate route. we will bring you live coverage of today's memorial service. you could find it on for the lastest news and traffic comcast 193 digital channel 4.2. >> of our coverage will begin at noon at the start of a service. you can also watch it on line. will
this time yesterday from one degree, not much warmer in san jose, but five degrees warmer in mountain view, and three in concord and seven at half moon bay and three in napa. what are we doing right now? >> hanging out in the 40's to 50 and american canyon and petaluma and palo alto at 41 degrees. financial district right now is 50 followed by richmond at 49 and san leandro and union city at 48 and along with pittsburg and saratoga and santa clara at 45 degrees. as we head through the morning, we will hang out in the low-to-upper 40's from our inland neighborhoods through the coast and to the bay. by noon, the clouds throughout now, the fog is gone and sunshine and a few high clouds from time to time like yesterday but the new temperatures, the outdoor patios the be packed in the favorite restaurants as you head to 4:00, upper 60's around the bay and mid-70's inland and we will settle in the throw upper 60's around the bay and inland during the evening hours and cooler at the coast admit 60's. the warmth will reach the height tomorrow, but tapering on thursday and friday but still above av
this morning. tonight, we learned about plans to remember the san jose musician, and changes coming to the train tracks where he was killed. >> i am 16 years old. >> reporter: the 16-year-old seen in this video was known for his love of one thing. >> music has been a big part of my life. >> reporter: he played bass and guitar, and loved jazz and blues. >> everybody knew him as the guy who could play the guitar. >> reporter: his life ended yesterday afternoon where he was hit and killed by a train. >> at this point in the investigation, there's nothing to indicate that this was the result of foul play, or an intentional act. >> he was known around campus, and everyone was just sad. everything was quiet. >> reporter: in the last month, jonathan won first place in a local school art contest for this original song entitled hard lessons. ♪ [ music ] >> reporter: he said the award inspired him to write more and touch people's lives. >> definitely has motivated me to keep going. >> reporter: despite illegal signs posted it was a well known short cut. >> i can't believe it happened. i jus
was announced this morning. tonight, we learned about plans to remember the san jose musician, and changes coming to the train tracks where he was killed. >> i am 16 years old. >> reporter: the 16-year-old seen in this video was known for his love of one thing. >> music has been a big part of my life. >> reporter: he played bass and guitar, and loved jazz and blues. >> everybody knew him as the guy who could play the guitar. >> reporter: his life ended yesterday afternoon where he was hit and killed by a train. >> at this point in the investigation, there's nothing to indicate that this was the result of foul play, or an intentional act. >> he was known around campus, and everyone was just sad. everything was quiet. >> reporter: in the last month, jonathan won first place in a local school art contest for this original song entitled hard lessons. ♪ [ music ] >> reporter: he said the award inspired him to write more and touch people's lives. >> definitely has motivated me to keep going. >> reporter: despite illegal signs posted it was a well known short cut. >> i can't believe it happened
in san jose where a police officer has shot a woman. she was wounded. police say she will recover. officers say they responded to a report of a stolen car on alma den road when they walked up to the car the woman behind the wheel drove forward and hit the officers. they opened fire, hitting the woman ones. there was a passenger in the car also injured. it is not clear at this point if officers shot the passenger or if the person was injured perhaps in some other way by flying glass. police say the officers were not siriusly injured. we have a crew on the scene and we will bring you the latest on the developing story and a live report coming up on abc 7 news at 11:00 over on channel 7. >>> crews working on the new span of the bay bridge have repair work ahead of them. take a look at the time lapse video showing the progress made so is far in building the new bay bridge. tonight a snag. a construction defect that prove to be a major setback. laura anthony has the story. >> reporter: the primary mission of the new bay bridge is to make sure nothing like this ever happens again. but i
san jose police say stabbed a woman to death. this is the suspect, 29- year-old juan ramirez. new tonight -- investigators say he and his victim were involved. but since then --- a restraining order had been filed against him. the murder happened yesterday afternoon. right now, police are asking for your help to track down kron4's rob fladeboe has the latest. >> she was a very nice young lady. >> reporter: john nguyen shared garage space with the victim, who lived with her young son in this apartment on first street and died in the parking lot after being stabbed multiple times by her ex boyfriend with what witnesses described as a butcher knife. >> i did not see this man before i usually just saw her and her son. >> reporter: this was that same parking lot friday evening as heavily-armed police scoured the neighborhood for the killer, who was seen jumping a fence and escaping on foot. video from our helicopter partnership with abc 7 news shows squads of police, their guns drawn, going door to door in search of a man later identified as 29-year-old juan ramirez whom they say was s
and dave westbound. it's not bad. if you are driving in san jose, southbound 280 we have the two right lanes closed. now to bill. >>> we are looking at temperatures today. they will be warmer than yesterday. that is a good thing. we'll see temperatures in the 60s and low 70s. current numbers outside low 40s. it will be a nice looking 24 hours when i get back on mornings on 2 at 7:00 we will show you the five-day forecast and the next chance for rain. >>> coming up on mornings on 2 the big story we've been telling you about is a deadly hit and run accident on a san jose freeway. >>> developing news in marin county. a rock slide causing big problems for drivers heading to the golden gate bridge. [ male announcer ] subway introduces the new $3 six-inch select! this march, we're kicking things off with the low fat oven roasted chicken $3 six-inch select. it's available all month long as one of our march featured values, the newest way to enjoy subway every day! subway. eat fresh. >>> we're live in san jose where part of a major freeway is closed down. it's a fatal accident and a biohazard
that suspect is under arrest. >>> we is developing news coming out of san jose. a brutal attack leaves one woman dead in the parking lot of an apartment complex. right now, police are still looking for the killer. they say that the man approached the 29-year-old woman about 2:30 this afternoon on north 1st street. shortly after that woman was stabbed several times. the suspect took off running. jumping over some neighborhood fences. dozens of officers searched several yards, but could not find that suspect. >> we don't know if the victim was known to each other. what we do know is, he walked up to her in the parking lot. i don't nee if she was targeted, he sat there. >> and police say the suspect is dangerous and they believe he is still armed with a weapon. san jose's 10th homicide of the year. >> a long time bay area baseball coach wanted on child molestation charges turned himself in today. joel is acuesed of molesting a teenage boy and secretly filming another in a bathroom. police won't say how he knew the boys, but they do suspect there are more victims. kauffman owns the triple pl
butler in hostage negotiation training. >>> the memorial for the two officers will be held at san jose's hp pavilion next thursday march 7 at noon. the service was moved to handle what is expected to be a large crowd. >>> today more than a dozen people who can't afford health insurance are getting some much- needed care for free. doctors and nurses at kaiser permanente in san francisco are volunteering their services to perform free surgeries. about 30 patients have been selected to receive those treatments. the organization operation access is spearheaded today's effort. this is the 20th year the group has provided free surgical care. >> you talked about it at the top of the newscast. a beautiful sunrise. let's turn it over to rose mary and see what we're looking forward to today. >> a good looking day. not as warm as we have been. those days are over. yesterday was the warmest day. into the 70s yesterday. today, widespread 60s. again, we will see the filtered sunshine. high clouds overhead. already, this morning, we will continue for your afternoon, and giving you a view there, of sa
news. >> a big payoff thanks to voters in san jose. today the city's minimum wage will go up $2 to $10 an hour. that goes for both part-time and full-time employes. it also includes those working for tips. >> kron fours phillipe d jegal shows us how it all adds up. >> with minimum wage going up to $10 that will change. the person making $10 an hour multiplied by six hours and a date = $60 per day. multiplying that by 5 days per week = $300 multiplied that by 3.33 weeks in a month that will be about $1,299 multiplied that in years you are making about $15,588. >> that is an increase of $3,000 per year. >> city councilman said that is good for employes but in the long run could have a negative impact on small businesses. a $3,000 raise for 10 employes is a $30,000 hit to a business bottom- line. >> a hit some businesses cannot afford. >> we recognize that for many small businesses to increase the minimum wage will be a significant challenge. we are doing what we can to help them through tax amnesties third efforts through start up san jose to wait permits to enable small businesses to us
. >>> 7:08. hey, sal, you are watching san jose. how are they doing? >> well, right now not too bad. although we're watching it closely. things are getting busier. we're also looking at the commute. but the fog is kind of a little bit of a story earlier this morning. it was absolutely clear here and it seems to be moving around. there seems to be more fog today than yesterday. just keep that in mind. some areas are clear, others are foggy. moving along and taking a look at the commute at the toll plaza, westbound, 25-minute delay. it's been steady for that length of time before you make it past the metering lights. if you are driving from livermore to pleasanton, the drive here is okay. and then from hayward to fremont, we're getting a little bit of slow traffic there as well. >>> 7:09. let's get to -- let's go to rosemary. >> more widespread fog. take a look. i am getting this might be san francisco. you can't tell. san francisco, oakland -- it is san francisco, i'm being told. but again, we have overcast skies. some of us dealing with patchy dense fog, once again. i'm starting out
. >>> a statewide manhunt is on for a san jose man wanted in the stabbing death of his ex-girlfriend. police are looking for juan ramirez. he is accused of the stabbing yesterday afternoon in san jose. investigators released new details today, saying ramirez confronted his former girlfriend, sandra cruz gonsales, in a parking hat and they began to argue. they previously dated and broke up two years ago. police are familiar with the couple. >> gone out, dealt with not only the suspect but the victim to the point where she probably got direction from the police department or the d.a.'s office and filled out a restraining order against the suspect. >> ama: for several hours police searched for ramirez. they went door-to-door checking houses. police believe ramirez is driving a dark green 1996 toyota truck similar to this one and may be heading to mexico. >>> a new detail tonight about an officer involved shooting that wounded a castro valley man. a 49-year-old parolee was shot after pointing what legendded to -- looked to by a rifle at shaves sheriffs deputies about was take. the instance didn'
but not everyone is on board. lilian kim is live in san jose with those details. . >> we are in front of pizza my heart, and the employees have been enjoying the pay increase for a few months now. >> the $2 minimum wage increase does not kick in until monday. the workers at pizza my heart got their pay bumps in december. >> one i wanted to test it and two i wanted to see how it works and make sure everything was fine. >> chuck hammers is the owner of the pizza chain. he says so far so good. >> we raised prices a little bit. roughly 3% overall. that was kind of the test to make sure that will cover it, and it has. it has been neutral to us overall. >> for employees going from $8 to $10 has made a big difference. justin is a student at san jose state. >> represent is easier -- rent is easier to make and gas prices are going up which is convenient and helpful. >> the south bay labor council is trying to use the minimum wage as a way to encourage shoppers and diner as a way to spend their dollars in san jose. point is hard to ignore, even if it means having to pay more. >> go out to eat because i enj
on bart. the reason the small dog plays a big role in the owners life. >>> breaking news from san jose. what we have learned about the death of a pedestrian. [ female announcer ] the one for all. mcdonald's dollar menu, home of the meaty, melty mcdouble you love... ♪ ...and other amazing tastes, for just a dollar each. ♪ like the bold hot n spicy mcchicken, and the new grilled onion cheddar burger topped with caramelized onions and melted white cheddar. everyday, as always, there's a lot to love for a little on mcdonald's dollar menu. >>> a grim fatal accident on the freeway has a portion of 280 in san jose closed. >>> a deadly overnight shooting at a u.s. marine base. what we have learned about the gunman. >>> a service dog is stolen off after of a bart train. we'll tell you why this is no ordinary dog. >>> also the countdowndown for compute -- countdown for computers as the golden gate goes electric. >>> good morning. thank you for waking up with us on this friday morning. it's march 22nd i'm pam cook. >> and i'm dave clark. let's check your weather an traffic. steve is under the
to be here to update the situation. reporting live from san jose janine de la vega. >>> time now 5:03. developing news from northern virginia. three people are dead in a shooting on the quantico marine base. a male marine is suspected of shooting two fellow marines. a man and woman and killing himself. coming up at 5:15 and all the details from the very emotional news conference from the base commander earlier this morning. >>> back here at home police in vallejo are searching for the man who assaulted a young woman in hans park. a man resembling this police sketch grabbed the woman on the trail about 3:30 sunday afternoon. then he tried to choke her and take her to a creek bed but she got away. now the suspect escaped. the car described as an older model silver or gray accra integra two door with gray primer on the rear bumper and fenders. >>> a woman is desperately trying to find her dog who was taken from her while she was sleeping on bart. tara moriarty joins us with more. >> reporter: kara survived a plane crash as a child and this dog he
. a state-wide manhunt for a man san jose police say stabbed a woman to death. this is the suspect, 29- year-old juan ramirez. new tonight -- investigators say he and his victim were at one point romantically involved. but since then --- a restraining order had been filed against him. the murder happened yesterday afternoon. right now, police are asking for your help to track down the accused killer. kron4's rob fladeboe has the latest. >> issue was a very nice young lady. >> reporter: john nguyen shared garage space with the victim, who lived with her young son in this apartment on first street and died in the parking lot after being stabbed multiple times by her ex boyfriend with what witnesses described as a butcher knife. >> i think that i've seen this guy before. >> reporter: this was that same parking lot friday evening as heavily-armed police scoured the neighborhood for the killer, who was seen jumping a fence and escaping on foot. video from our helicopp with abc 7 nes shows squads of police, their guns drawn, going door to door in search of a man later identified as 29-year-old jua
. there will three shoot on march 2nd in san francisco, san jose, and union city, and on march 3rd. >> there's another con concert cancelled. and now a tour from the east coast is in jeopardy. sergio quintana is live. sergio, a scheduled concert tonight and another tomorrow afternoon are now off. reporter: a twoat total of 2004 concerts have been canceled. two earlier this week, tonight was as no-good, and the sign has been put up for tomorrow's 2:00 p.m. show. it has been cancelled. ♪. reporter: tickedholders for tonight's concert were met by a trio of wood winds playing outside the box office. the show was cancelled. >> we can'ted to explain to them the situation and have a little music going for them to listen to and enjoy so at least they get something to hear. reporter: as they played and picketed out here, negotiations continued inside over terms for a new contract. these musicians say the san francisco symphony has several grammy awards so they deserve a bump in pay. >> the los angeles philharmonic, the chicago symphony orchestras, so we need to be able to offer competitive salaries
in san jose tonight, "abc 7 news." >> oakland residents and officials met at a public safety forum to build bridges between the community and police. mayoral jean quan participated in the entire four hour townhall. they brainstormed and came up with suggestions to improve safety and community policing. one man said this scene of people working together happens all the time in oakland. >> that is the bright side of oakland. there does exist a bright side and there does exist a group of people that care about the community and who are just as involved in the community as any other city in the bay area. >> oakland officials say there will be another townhall meeting before the end of the month sxl. another effort to get weapons off the streets of solano county. they took in 344 weapons ranging from shotguns to a military rocket launcher. every gun turned in was exchanged for either cash or gift cards. people had different reasons for turning in their weapons. >> you can get grocery or gas. the most important thing is getting the guns off the street. >> i got cash for grandkids and a c
. two people are behind bars after being injured this morning in a police shooting in san jose. >> nelson mandela has been amended to the hospital once again with a lung infection. the latest on his condition coming up. >> and we're watching their whether this morning. light rain falling in some parts of the bay area. could the wet weather affect your easter weekend? >> good morning i am anny hong . >> we have erica with the weather. >> good morning anny . >> we are waking up to '40's and '50's currently. 57 in mountain view. upper '40's and hayward. visibility shows a dense fog for oakland and half moon bay. drive with caution. be mindful of the cars in front of you. >> future cast 4 tracking temperatures by 12:00 p.m. mainly in the '60s. we will see partly cloudy skies by 2:00 p.m.. we are holding on to the '60s as we head into 8:00 p.m. tonight. temperatures will drop back down into the 50s. >> a closer look at your afternoon high. plenteous '60s. like yesterday we had a slight potential for a pop of shower. it will be like in nature the shower chances will taper off into th
to the hospital, we're told he's recovering. no arrests have been made. >>> 5:04. san jose city council will debate a homeless proposal days after clearing out a large encampment. we are live with a look at what the leaders will be considering. >> some people cleared out of the encampment near the airport have moved down to the creek beds, like this one here, near the guadelupe river. city officials are going to take this issue head-on after last week's cleanup of the encampment near coleman and heading, members of the city council have been coming up with ways to stop encampments else there. only a small portion of those there accepted help from outreach agencies. a plan has been described as a tough love approach when it comes to enforcing a no trespassing policy, the city is hiring a security company to patrol the encampment. we looked to see if anyone had come back but the land was clear. you're looking at a live picture in downtown san jose, very close to the hp pavilion with homeless people sleeping on the bench. some moved to the creek beds, they have scattered, but at 6:00 we'll
. >>> san jose police are looking for a light colored suv involved in a drive by shooting. the shooting happened just before 8:00 last night on hopkins drive. school leaders ran outside when they heard the shots and offered help to the victim. he suffered at least one gunshot wound and is expected to recover. school officials say they believe he may have been a former student at fisher but the shooting was not school related. >> it didn't involve the activities on campus. wasn't directed at the school. we have lots of staff here this morning to make sure that the school gets off to a smooth start. >> police are looking into gang connections. they're checking on two or three individuals who were with the victim when he was shot. >>> the changes to hayward streets is only days old and the city is already hearing from people. the project has converted two way streets to one way traffic. some drivers say the changes are confusing and dangerous. they say there's not enough warning before they encounter on coming traffic. ktvu asked a city official about that today and he says overhead signs
near downtown san jose last night. police say a teenaged boy aroec approached a man at 19th street not far from san jose high school. they say he demanded money and stabbed the man. a few minutes later, the same suspect confronted another man three blocks away. the suspect hit that man in the head. both victims were treated for minor injuries. the suspect did manage to escape with some cash. >>> the woman accused of kicking a toddler in golden gate park is back in court this morning. i'll take it from here. sabrina bell was supposed to be arraigned last week but police say she could not appear because she was yelling and screaming in her holding cell. police say bell kicked a young girl in the chest on march 11th, knocking her to the pavement. the girl was not seriously injured. bell also allegedly threatened the young mother at the park. >>> the cyclist accused of hitting and killing a pedestrian in san francisco's castro district facing felony vehicular manslaughter charges today. prosecutors say he ran multiple red lights and stop signs last year before running into the victim a
taylor and that's because a city of san jose street sweeper somehow crashed foot that power pole and you can see it is completely down and it's extremely dark out here, traffic lights are out as well as street lights are out. now police and firefighters are called here at 5:00 this morning, sparks were flying because the power pole was down and police are interviewing and determining what caused him to hit the pole as a precaution and police have shut down northbound coleman lanes before pg&e shut off the electricity. electricity has been knocked down to 577 customers in the area and we spoke with a sergeant who tells us what his immediate worry was. >> is a sergeant you were supposed to hear from tells us they were concerned about people in this area initially because live wires were down and they thought a fire was going to happen, firefighters were called here but they left, but i think we have that tape to hear what the sergeant said. >> our first concern because of the live wires and the dangers involved with that we have taken precautionary measures to prevent any further injuries
thursday set at march 7th and will be held at a speed pavilion in san jose. it's expected to be a large turnout. a mechanical problem on a plan leads to an emergency landing at san francisco international airport. officials to united airlines flight was flying from vancouver set canada saturday afternoon when brown started with the hydraulics the plane was carrying hundred and seven passengers managed to land safely. they are competing in the escape from alcatraz triathlon. we talked to two competitors this morning about what it takes to get ready. next line i want to stay as warm as i can in the water. 18 mi. bike ride and a swim through the bay. it will finish at the marina green. 40 different countries are competing. >> and we're watching washington this morning. one day after 85 billion dollars worth of federal spending cuts went into effect. the defense department is expected to feel the cuts first. >> now to the latest on washington's failure to avoid billions of dollars in spending cuts. the effects of those cuts isn't being seen yet by the average american. but washington says t
the h-p pavillion in san jose with reaction from fans. rob? >> yes. and a local favorite and no. 12 is playing right now against no. 5 university of nevada/las vegas. we are outside the hov pavilion. this is the no. 3 of the for this is the west entrance. it is hosting the n.c.a.a. tournament for the third time. they have been building all day. with some even illegal tailgating and the manager let the march madness began! >> go ducks. >> two words. march madness. fans from across the country converging on hp pavilion for opening round games between local favorite cal and u.n.l.v., new mexico state versus st. louis, oklahoma state up against oregon and montana versus syracuse, whose fans claim to bleed orange. >> the hat, the shorts, the hoodie, the wrist band and the soulful cover and the -- smart phone cover and my socks and my smart phone wallpaper >> reporter: tickets to witness the madness were going for between $25 and $150 bucks a pop. what makes this rite of >> the sun is out it is a beautiful day and we are in san jose at our docks are going to go all the way. >> we get to
a u.s. marine to the san jose police force, one of dozens of stories at the police academy graduated a new closs. how this graduation comes after years of cut backs. >> 43 men and women entered this hall as civilians and they lefts asworn police officer. this is san jose police academy class 18. two women and 41 men marched into park side hall to graduate after the toughest six months of their lives. >> i prefer to think of the last six months and what we have accomplished. we're peace officers, we're realizing our dreams. >> it will be a big honor to be a part of this. 33-year-old matthew barerra joined the department after spending years in the marine corps. i've seen evil, i know what it can do. it have will be fun letting bad guys know who's in charge. it will be a welcome addition to the streets of san jose. >> so things have gotten better and we're so grateful we can hire more officers and to see the new, young recruits excited is a good thing. >> considering there were 140 resignations in the past with the years if union is not optimistic. as far as being an loyer and under th
in the afternoon we'll be nice. much of california, vegas, sacramento, san jose to l.a. and san diego. phoenix, one of the warmest spots in the country. one of the only spots in the country to get oh into the 80s. much of the nationhe northwest continues you will stay on the cool side. >>> good news for the west. it looks to be a dry weekend. >> do you have a man cave at your house? >> i wish. >> i know. i'm not even a man and i wish i had one. stick around for this story. it's amazing. >> all right. >>> first though obama care is on the move. is your state one of the 26 that failed to meet obama care deadlines? plus, have you heard the buzz over american eagle's spray-on skinny jeans? it may be the ultimate man cave, bill. 7,000 square feet of space. oh, yeah. this is for the man in your life and it is for sale. "early today" is back in two. >>> welcome back to "early today." here are stories making news this morning. a new report says republican leaders in as many as 26 states are failing to make obamacare deadlines to connect uninsured residents to coverage. if states don't act the federal gover
but for santa rosa at 41 and antioch at 50 right now. it is 48 in san jose. we will breakdown today with more cloud cover around the bay and into the north bay where it is more fog than the marine layer of clouds. a warming shows sunshine rather quickly today by 10:00 or 11:00 and notice how we are in the 50's at the coast and near 70 at 4:00 around the bay and mid-70's inland and it will be a delightful evening with the coast cooler in the mid-40's but the low-to-upper 60's by 7:00 for the rest of us. we will check out the next three days, the warmth will be 70's and 80's away from the beaches but then the temperatures drop and stay above average wednesday and thursday. >> at the bay bridge toll please we have flashing lights and emergency crews, c.h.p. out there. what is going on? a couple of toll lanes are closed for maintenance for another 20 minutes or so in the middle of the toll plaza so be aware of that with traffic light at this hour. road work out there and we will look as we head to the south bay with lanes blocked, southbound 85 define 237 and 280. there is slow traffic. north bou
on the san jose police force. he'll have authority to spend city funds and even out of the chief and demote deputies. >> minimum wage workers will get a raise of $2 an hour. it will go up to $10 an hour. claims from opponents say that it will hurt businesses and employees. some businesses have raised prices by 25 cents to help cover the higher wage but other businesses already pay their workers more than minimum wage say. >> the cardinals within hours will cast their first ballot to elect a new pope. a day of prayer and church politics. >> from the pews to the pulpit. >> the only we gotten son of god. >> on this consecutive sunday without a pope, prayers centered on the decision ahead for the 115 cardinals who will elected the next leader of the roman catholic church. >> let us pray to the holy spirit to choose this new pope and firmness of our faith.... >> cardinal sean o'malley stepped into the role of parish priest today celebrating mass at their honorary churches throughout rome. >> this is their day of rest. after six days of spoo speesms, they have narrowed their options. >> a week ag
. >> california state controller john chung ruled san jose officials illegally transferred land, set aside for the ballpark. the redevelopment agency just before the government dissolves the department. >> they just have a's or city lease it back. >> during a meeting the a's owner laid out his face for the aren't team needs to move south to survive. >> our zbol hopefully to come to the one site that we have discovered, the thing that we can relocate in downtown san jose. >> the mayor defends transfer asks vows the city will secure the land for a paul bark. >> all clear tonight. golden gate park after a hand grenade was found this afternoon. >> a man using a metal detector found what appears to be an old explosive near mallard lake near martin luther king drive. it's no more and no longer a threat. >> employees are asking for help to identify a man who assaulted a woman then tried to kidnap her. police say a man that looks like this attacked a woman the man described as five 10, 200 pounds grabbed a woman ask tried to choke her, she escaped and ran to a parking lot chased by at tacker. -- a
have to mention the sponsor to get the rides for free. >>> san jose police arrested a woman in connection with the robbery at the light rail station last months. jozette rehe yost was arrested and they are looking for her brother jonathan who is homeless. now, this is the surveillance picture of her taken at the station. her brother is accused of stealing the women's purse. >>> the search is for sierra lamar continues one year later. yesterday, volume untears trudged counsel steep hills and there are hundreds of searches since sierra went missing. this man is charged with her kidnapping and murder. >> unfortunately he is saying absolutely nothing and leaving it to everybody else to figure out what happened to this young girl. >>> they had a fundraiser to keep going. and hoping that sierra will one day be found. they want to make sure her name and pictures stay fresh in people's minds. the reward for information as to where she may be is now at $35,000. you can go to ktvu.com for the latest on the search. look understand the sierra lamar
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